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Kabul Airport Attack: US Hits Back At ISIS In Afghanistan

The US has confirmed its revenge within 48 hours of the Kabul suicide bombings on Friday. The US said that force has carried out the drone operation against IS-K (Islamic State Khorasan Province based in Afghanistan), killing dozens of ISIS terrorists and their establishments in Afghanistan. The strike came against ISIS-K a day after President Joe Biden ordered the US army to strike back the enemies. On Friday, Kabul airport witnessed its worst terror attack, in which more than 170 people, including 13 US troops.

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The US army said that they carried out a drone attack in Afghanistan’s Nangahar province of Afghanistan after getting the tip of information from the Pentagon. It said that US forces attacked the planner of Islamic State-Khorasan.

Soon after the deadly terror attack at the Kabul airport, President Biden had vowed the US to “hunt down” who were involved in the bombings.

IS-K took responsibility for bombings in Kabul that also targeted Taliban fighters.

Who Are The IS-K?
Islamic State-Khorasan (IS-K) is the most violent terror group in Afghanistan, which is affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). According to BBC, most of Afghan and Pakistani violent extremists are joining this terror group.

Currently, IS-K has its 3,000 fighters in Afghanistan.

BBC claimed that IS-K—– a strong linked with the Haqqani Network, which is a close ally of the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Many reports claim that most of the terror groups, Haqqani, Al-Qaeda, Jaish-e-Mohammad, are operating from Pakistan.